In this session of Basketball Court, our counselors undo the Andrew Bynum - Dwight Howard - Andre Iguodala trade of summer 2012. The results include a spectacularly bad Magic pun, sadness for Joel Embiid, and more mediocrity for the Lakers.
After a definitely planned hiatus, Basketball Court is back in session, this time diverting Steph Curry from the Warriors to the Timberwolves in the 2009 Draft. Will Steph's shoe deal survive? How many titles will the Thunder win this time? And
We may be a little late to March Madness, but in this episode Basketball Court tangles with the ramifications of Coach K taking the vacant Lakers job in 2004. Logically, the bulk of the episode is spent discussing Smush Parker's career, the 200
Following the cataclysmic Boogie trade of this weekend, Basketball Court convenes an emergency session to ask whether the Kings or Nets have a better five years ahead of them. After agreeing that both teams are very bad, Sam and Miles have a li
Basketball Court returns to the mid-90s in this episode, asking a question that has bothered Knicks fans for two decades: what if Patrick Ewing has made that finger roll? Special guest judge Yaron Weitzman joins for a rollicking discussion that
Our first episode of 2017 revolves around Sam’s least favorite topic: the Harden trade. Special guest counsel Rob Mohen joins Sam and Miles to argue about a trade that changed Oklahoma City forever. Along the way, Sam discusses his Twitter figh
In the final episode of 2016, we take a look at "The Decision" that shaped the course of this decade in the NBA. Sam sends LeBron to the Knicks, somehow making the movie Trainwreck make more sense in the process. Miles keeps LeBron in Cleveland
We're going back to the infamous 2001 Draft for this episode. Jake Whitacre of SBNation's Bullets Forever joins the podcast to send poor Kwame Brown anywhere other than under the ferocious eye of Michael Jordan. The consequences for basketball
After a long, totally planned hiatus, Basketball Court is back in session just in time for the start of training camp. This week, Peter, Sam, and Miles rewrite history by executing the Klay Thompson-for-Kevin Love trade that was nearly executed
It's the bounce of a ball that sets up this episode of Basketball Court: what if Robert Horry's game-winner in Game 4 of the 2002 Western Conference Finals rimmed out? The answer involves sending Shaq to the midwest, breaking up the 2008 Celtic
Basketball Court is back in session, this time examining the vetoed Chris Paul to the Lakers trade in 2011. What happens to a Canadian point guard, an extremely racist owner, and a slightly profane phrase used by one of our counselors? The answ
In the first episode of Basketball Court, our counselors argue the question: what if Portland had taken Kevin Durant in the 2007 NBA Draft? The answers include a miraculously slim Raymond Felton, a pivotal change to the 2013 Finals, quite a few
This is Basketball Court, a podcast where we litigate the great "what-ifs" in NBA history. I'm Peter Andrews, your host and the presiding judge here in the U.S. District Court for the District of Basketball.
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